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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 28, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
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Loot obtained in home of Z. G.
Dunne, Evanston, totals $15,000.
Home of Mrs. George E. Redfield,
8 E. Elm st., entered. $120 stuff taken.
Mrs. Alice C. Malone, 42, 6447 S.
May St., dropped dead in Edward
Manning's drug store, 1359 W.
67th st.
Vincent St. John will speak at the
,1. W. W. open forum, 17 N. Halsted
St., Sunday evening, March 29, 8 p. m.
Subject: "Spies in the Labor Move
ment." -
Lillian Urban, 13, 8358 Buffalo av.,
missing.
Dan Shindlum died as pauper at
county -poorhouse. Bank book found
in man's shoe for $1,054.34.
"Handsome Jack" Koetters trying
to prove alibi. Claims he was in New
York on day Mrs. Kraft was mur
dered. World's' Fair fund may be used for
girl's recreation rooms in loop.
William K. Nourse, 31, 5225 Win
throp av., charged with bigamy. Ad
mits 3 marriages, but claims to have
divorce.
Lewis-J. Highland, Hamilton Club,
in court on two charges. Mrs. May
Gibson, 2338 Calumet av., wants
$25,000 for breach of promise and
Louis Fritts, Oak Park, claims to
have been defrauded out of $1,800.
Edith Schubert, 17, missing
Brookfield girl, found in. Cleveland.
Left Chicago with man she "met in
music store.
New school trustees to remain off
board pending court action. Ousted
members want berths back.
Municipal Court to have psy
chopathic laboratory. Mental tests
to be taken of men on trial.
John Oram, alleged fake detective
who beat up John McGuire, found in
Bridewell. Was captured in raid on
disorderly house and unable to pay
fine.
Leonard Mennler paroled for" year
liked it so well that he asked for life
parole. Got it.
American Judicature Society wants '
one general court with judges ap
pointed by chief justice. Believes it '
would settle question of jurisdiction.
Dr. Coleman G. Buford won judg-'
ment of $5,050 from estate of A. L.
Sercombe for operation performed1
on widow. Sercombe refused to pay. 1
Ju)ry out ten minutes.
Mrs. Pearl Dales Bell, candy poison '
victim, better. Crank blamed. '
George Koplin, former sales man-'
ager Great Western Cereal Co., col
lapsed on stand in "Oatmeal Trust"
quiz.
- Martin B. Jonah, wanted here for
passing checks, captured in Boston.
Alleged collectors for United Po
lice "slush" fund may face contempt
charge for refusing to answer grand
jury. .
1143 W. Adams st. raided as yegg
headquarters. Five ex-convicts taken.
, Frank P. Danisch, Municipal Court
clerk, notified Judge Olson to dismiss
one $1,800 clerk. Olson so astonish
ed that he will frame letter.
Theresa Brai, 17, 607 S. Racine av.,
missing. Family fear abduction.
May Wright, 30, 28 W. 18th st.,
fined $50. Disorderly house.
Anthony Salermo and John Tow
andi found guilty of violating Mann
act. Brought Grace Hamilton from
St. Paul to Chicago.
Loraine Williams had revolver in
stocking. Was going to suffrage
meeting and didn't know what might
happen there. Fined $25.
Thirteen men and five women
taken in 3 raids by morals squad.
Mrs. T. J. Harrigan, 55, Oak Park,
died from burns received March 9.
Henry Went, 211 W. 45th st., given
6 months in Bridewell for desertion.
Owen Gavigan, 60, struck by auto.
Right leg crushed.
Robert Dixon, clerk jn Miller's drug
store, 2 S. Clark st., held for selling
"dope."
Judge Ryan excused jurors in case
against South, Side Savings Barus
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